I'm using airline in vim on the terminal (as part of spf-13, fyi). However, all kinds of other random info (including other open buffers) tends to fill up the line and push out or cover what the name of the current file I'm editing is, like so:
NORMAL +5 ~1 -0 master <.test --ipdb python env_awi utf-8[unix] 33% 44: 2
.test --ipdb is the the name of one of the open buffers (not the current one) and is partially cut off by the
<. to the left of which are the other open buffers which are covered up. Any way to make the current file the only one that shows up, so I know which file I'm currently editing?